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the traditional stone mill among nomads

the traditional stone mill among nomads

Jan , stone milling was the only way to make grain into flour for millennia farmers would sell their grain to the mill in their area and the mill would process that grain and sell it to bakers stone mills were powered by water or wind to grind the grain between two large stones

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